Letting go of ego, learning new things and not being a perfectionist can make you a more effective mentor.
The HELPS team show how students can be included, feel able to contribute, and be gently encouraged to improve in teams.
Over it? Avoid burning out by remembering the positive, taking breaks and maintaining connection with your colleagues.
As we begin classes that cater for remote learners and physical attendees, the U:PASS team share their tips for switching activities to mixed mode.
Attending the First and Further Year Forum earlier this year in April on Students As Partners made me think about how much I’ve learnt working with students for the past 19 years and how much I’ve grown from the experience. So without further ado, here are five things I’ve...
Over the past 12 years, a Students as Partners project has been quietly bubbling along at UTS.
Understanding how your students feel is the first step to helping them feel comfortable and welcome in your learning environment.